There is no question that defensive end Justin Chaisson (6-5, 260, 4.7) from Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman is not only one of the best players for the class of 2009 out of the Silver State, but he's one of the best in the nation.
Chaisson recently picked up three new offers from Arizona, Oregon and LSU to go with the ones he has picked up from Florida, Iowa, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Colorado, Nevada and UNLV.
The talented defensive end was a one man wrecking crew on defense and because of his outstanding performance, he help his team to a perfect 14-0 record and a State Championship.
Even though Chaisson had to fight through double teams all season long, he did what potential five star kids do and that his dominate.
For his junior season, Chaisson broke the single season state sack record with 24 to his credit. He also racked up over 90 tackles, eight pass deflections, seven forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.
Chaisson earned co-State Defensive Player of the Year honors for his outstanding performance on the gridiron. He also earned all-league, all-conference, all-area, and all-state.
Is there any other schools that Chaisson would love to get an offer from?
"I would really like to get UCLA and USC to offer," Chaisson said. "They are the only two schools that I would really want to go to that I don't already have an offer from.
Did Chaisson have a favorite college growing up?
"I have always been a USC and Florida Gator fan," Chaisson said. "Half of my family likes USC and the other half likes Florida so we kind of have a family feud.
"I also had an uncle who played baseball for Oklahoma," Chaisson said. "With all things considered I am really very open to all the schools that are recruiting me and I'm going to let everything take its place."